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Proposed New Hampshire Law Would Limit Police Use of Deadly Force

Police across New Hampshire are voicing their disapproval of a piece of proposed legislation that would revoke the legal authority law enforcement officers have to use deadly force during an arrest.

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New Hampshire Agency Adds Police Dog to Reduce Stress for Victims and Officers

The Hancock (NH) Police Department has added a brown Labrador Retriever to the ranks, but the dog will not be tasked with sniffing out drugs or fleeing suspects. K-9 "Rookie" will instead be on hand to help individuals deal with difficult situations.

New Hampshire Man Vandalizes Police Car with Maple Syrup

A Rindge (NH) Police Department squad car was vandalized this week by a man who poured maple syrup all over the vehicle.

New Hampshire Department Completes Transition to SIG Sauer P320

SIG Sauer, Inc. announced that the City of Manchester, NH, has completed the transition to the SIG Sauer P320 pistol as their official duty firearm. The Manchester Police Department is the largest city in the State of New Hampshire with a complement of more than 225 sworn officers protecting over 110,000 citizens.

New Hampshire Sheriff Warns Residents of Phone Scammers Posing as Police

Sheriff David Dubois of the Strafford County (NH) Sheriff's Office is warning residents of a scam in which someone claiming to be a sergeant with his department asks for money orders or pre-paid credit cards as payment for fees related to "missed federal jury duty" or other obligations.

New Hampshire Officers Post Funny Sign at Site of Marijuana Seizure

Officers with the Marlborough (NH) Police Department left a sign with a message for the grower of 25 illegal marijuana plants. "Sorry about your luck. Plants may be claimed, in person, at the Marlborough Police Department. Please bring your photo ID."

NH Senate OKs Making Court Officers Eligible for Death Benefit

New Hampshire's court security officers who are killed in the line of duty would be eligible for the same death benefits as police officers and firefighters under a bill passed by the state Senate.

Man Charged With Shooting 2 NH Officers to Plead Insanity

MacPherson is accused of shooting Manchester, NH, Officers Ryan Hardy and Matthew O'Connor in May 2016. He is changing his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity.

New Hampshire Bill Would Limit Pension "Double Dipping"

n a Wednesday memo, the NHRS announced House Bill 561 was amended in the Senate Executive Departments and Administration Committee and, if passed as expected, will limit the number of hours pensioners can work at post-retirement jobs for employers in the public retirement system.

NH Officer Saves Baby by Making Liver Donation

Lt. Steven Tenney of the Keene (NH) Police Department stepped up to save the day after hearing about Sloan's story on Facebook through his sister-in-law. He was tested, matched, and agreed to make the lifesaving donation. More Here.